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The Spider Flower
When it comes to flowering annuals for the landscape, the spider flower is unbeatable.

The Story of Fall Foliage
The foliage of trees and shrubs begin to change color during the fall from their mostly greens to a range of colors from oranges and reds to golds.

The Tea Plant
The tea plant is a species of camellia. Originally native to Asia, its origins are obscure.

The Three Sisters Garden
The Three Sisters Garden is very traditional.

The Urbaniste Pear
The heirloom fruits are desirable plants for the landscape. The Urbaniste pear is a wonderful variety.

The Use of Mistletoe
Mistletoe is a common decoration during the Christmas season.

The Useful Cotton Plant
There are quite a number of reasons to grow cotton in the home garden and landscape.

The Versatile Fuchsias
For landscapes during the spring and fall months, the fuchsia is unmatched. This Victorial favorite came into cultivation in Europe in the late 1700´s.

The Versatile Lemon Coral Stonecrop
Lemon Coral stonecrop is a sturdy succulent suitable for indoors and outdoors. It has many uses in the landscape.

The Versatile Pumpkin
Fall wouldn´t be complete without pumpkins. These are one versatile vegetable.

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